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April 25, 2008

Active Query Builder .NET Edition 1.6 released.

We're glad to announce the new version of Active Query Builder .NET Edition. You can download the newest version or request the trial at the download page.

Major improvements of the new version 1.6 are the following:

  • Sleep mode is implemented. *
    This mode allows you to suppress error messages while printing unsupported statements in SQL text editor, connected with Active Query Builder.
    Active Query Builder now switches to Sleep mode when non-SELECT statement is passed to the SQL property. This allows your end-users to write any other statements, such as INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE, CREATE ..., ALTER ..., etc., without any additional processing.
  • New properties are added to parenthesize conditions in WHERE clause. *
  • The new full-featured MDI Demo application with source code is added to the Trial and Standard versions.
  • The new demo project is added to illustrate ability to modify queries programmatically (QueryModificationDemo).
  • The new source code sample is added to demonstrate non-standard ways of metadata loading (LoadMetadataDemo).
  • The new HideSingleDatabaseNode property is added to the QueryBuilder.MetadataTreeOptions to hide unnecessary database node if all objects are loaded from single database.
  • Query properties dialog for PostgreSQL syntax is implemented.

* Learn more about Sleep mode and conditions parenthension here.

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